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District Attorney O’Malley’s Strange Relationship to the Truth
Hyphenated-Republic (repost)
On Sunday, while Occupy Oakland prepared for a mass day of action protesting the prison/industrial complex, Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley published a torrent of disinformation in the form of an Op-Ed in the SF Chronicle. O’Malley’s obvious intention was to justify the city’s use of constitution-violating “stay away orders” from city government, city hall, and city offices and Frank Ogawa Plaza. From beginning to end, the piece is the kind of distortion that Oakland has become accustomed to seeing from a city government that fears nothing more than having its own gross incompetence, violence and corruption revealed.

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